Conducting conduct cases, financial remedies and FPR
24th September 2011
Raising, or responding to, allegations of conduct, managing their use and assessing their financial worth is a tricky business: a truism in financial remedy proceedings, whether as part of the substantive claim or within an application for costs. Reports Andrew Commins.
This article looks critically at the pressure on clients not to pursue conduct allegations and, if conduct is a live issue, suggests good practice in accordance with the Family Procedure Rules 2010 (’FPR 2010’).